Solid State Hard Drives Takeover, USB Data Recovery & NAND Data Recovery Now Available, eProvided Celebrates its 10 Year Anniversary

Share Article

SSD drives take over. Flash memory storage drives are on top of every X-Mas list. Large and Fast, but what happens if you don't back up your data. Flash memory recovery company eProvided explains these new gadgets in detail.

Thumb Drive Recovery NAND

eProvided consulted the department of defense on proper ways to protect data & secure data, recovered NASA's Helios Mission data after an Atlantic Ocean crash & were also called upon when Nasa's Mars Rover quit due to a data glitch on Mars.

eProvided, a thumb drive recovery and NAND data recovery company, looks back to when 1 GB hard drives seemed gigantic. Cutting edge NAND based storage devices are hitting the markets globally. 2TB hard drives cost less then $129.00. Now we join The Solid State Drive Revolution. SSD drives are mega-fast, moving data at 400MB-1.5GB/s. Better yet, the SD association has recently announced the SDXC; a 2TB memory card with read/write speeds of up to 104 megabytes per second! eProvided, celebrates 10 years in the industry in 2010 & aims to tackle any data loss from any damage to any of these cutting edge flash based devices.

SSD drives use NAND Flash Memory, tiny surface mount chips that store data. Already consumers are witnessing the launch of SSD Raid Systems! The positives: These new types of flash memory storage devices, are lightning quick, have no moving parts, are super small and can handle extreme temperatures (-60F - 350F). The negatives: NAND flash wafers split or become damaged in many consumer devices. NAND flash storage drives are recoverable in the event of severe damage and loss of data.

eProvided states "If your USB drive is broken or the flash drive is split in half, losing your data is painful, yet flash memory data recovery is now a solution. Solid state drives (SSD) drives, digital camera memory, iPhones, cell phones, voice recorders, USB storage or anything with storage based or NAND flash memory is recoverable."

Flash memory manufacturers implement many NAND flash memory wafers into small spaces, leaving the device easy to break. Why develop a 64GB USB Flash Drive with eight 8GB NAND wafers when one could use a single 64GB wafer during the manufacturing of the device? Soon we will find 2TB USB sticks.

Advanced flash memory recovery is the process of rebuilding multiple sets of NAND flash dumps and unscrambling code. Then, taking the numerous unscrambled files and assembling them into one single disk image; voila, all user files are recovered just the way they were before. eProvided coins this method of recovery a "SimpleFix" ®.

Flash memory recovery is a common every day service for a company in the business 10 years. Today's most common data loss situations: 1) Broken tip off USB thumb drive. 2) "Unknown Device" Unexpectedly. 3) Sudden Loss of functionality. 4) Wash cycling a device by accident.

Solid state drives contain numerous NAND chips. eProvided.Com founder Bruce Cullen states, "The first two Solid State Drive data recovery requests at eProvided were a success. Consumers are told all the time these services are not available. People need to be brought up to speed before losing every file they have."

# # #

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Marc Smolinski
1-866-857-5950 ext. Toll Fre
Email >
Visit website